Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
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Convair 990 Coronado - Fastest Subsonic Airliner by Thijs Postma - Poster Only

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You want a high speed gouache on your wall. This was the fastest subsonic airliner of the world, a Convair 990 Coronado.
The 990 was a development of the Convair 880 narrow-body jet airliner of 1959. The Convair 990 was extended and faster.
American Airlines asked Convair to design an aircraft for coast-to-coast flights, able to fly non-stop between New York and Los Angeles. However, when test flights began on January 24th, 1961 it did not life up to expectations.

Characteristics

  • Reproduction of original gouache painting.
  • Museum-quality poster made on long-lasting matte (uncoated) archival paper.
  • Paper-weight: 250 gsm / 110 lb.
  • Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster.